Truthdig correspondent Michael Nigro is on the ground to document the rally and counterprotest.
U.S. society has been moving rightward for decades—and pulling much of Europe with it.
Two days later, the president finally condemns violent white supremacists. But it’s too little, too late.
The "Last Week Tonight" host sets aside some of Jones' most heinous comments to shed light on less-discussed aspects of the right-winger's show.
Large numbers of Americans have come to accept this propaganda as a baseline for what they call reality.
A conversation with a scholar of America’s extreme right.
The American right wing has substituted hysteria about socialism with hysteria about Islam.
The fear is that President-elect Donald Trump and a new right-wing Congress will be the biggest threat to American civil liberties and freedom of speech in our lifetimes.
In November, Donald Trump mocked as “overweight” a man whom security agents threw out of one of the presidential candidate's rallies. But it was the violent xenophobia the man heard before the rally that really disturbed him.
Last week, as Charleston mourned its dead and Confederate flags came down, I spoke to Ed Sebesta about his life's work, researching and challenging the neo-Confederates.